You’ve decided to visit our lovely little town and I bet you can’t wait to get here. Once you get to Nadi or Suva there are daily flights to Savusavu. You have a couple of options for getting to Savusavu. Fiji Link is part of Fiji Airways and serves Savusavu with several flights a day. Island Hoppers is another airline that flies to Savusavu but must be booked as a charter. Their planes are very nice and the service is great, if not a bit expensive so try and book this with several people or a family. When leaving from Suva, you have one additional option of flying on Northern Air. The planes are smaller but very safe and they have flights to Savusavu on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Be sure to check the airline schedules as departure dates and times can change.
If you have the time you can most often get a cheaper flight to Labasa and then take a bus or taxi to Savusavu. Fiji Link uses a bigger aircraft so there are more flights and the more room for your luggage. The flight is only 45 minutes from Nadi and then the drive usually takes about an hour and a half from the Labasa airport and the cost for a private taxi is $75 to $95 Fiji dollars. Its an interesting drive and you will travel through the lush mountains down to the southern coast of Vanua Levu to Savusavu. I’ve done this trip dozens of times and always enjoy it.
Below are links to each airway along with some travel tips to make getting to Savusavu a fun and interesting experience.
Fiji Link - direct flights from Nadi and Suva to Savusavu and Labasa daily
Island Hoppers - Island Hoppers is located at Nadi International Airport and also has Heli Pad at Denarau. Offering daily charter flights to Savusavu
Northern Air - Located at Nausori Airport in Suva
Pacific Island Air - Charter flights to Savusavu from Nadi airport.
You can also arrive in Savusavu via ship. Goundar Shipping Ltd. offers a bi-weekly schedule to Savusavu and Taveuni as well as other nearby islands. To check out their schedule and rates please consult their website: Goundar Shipping Ltd.
A 4 month visa is granted automatically on arrival to visitors from most countries. You needn't do anything other than have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond your stay.
Northern Air is introducing flight to/from Nadi- Taveuni effective from 31st July 2017.
And Savusavu flights to/from Suva (Monday . Wednesday and Friday) with the 20 seater.
Taveuni Schedule daily except Sundays
Nadi-Taveuni at 8 am
Taveuni - Nadi at 12 pm
Suva - Savusavu at 930 am
Savusavu - Suva at 1030 am
For booking/reservations please contact reservations on
Mobile :9958162/ 7732449
Landline: 3475005 or 3475003 and press 1
or Visit their website : www.northernair.com.fj
A Little About Fiji
Sunny, unique and unspoiled, the Fiji Islands are one thousand miles of pristine white sand beaches, fabulous coral gardens and azure lagoons…
More then anything else, Fiji is an exotic destination. It's the exhilaration of a dolphin arching high into the air beside your boat; the long gliding swoop of an orange dove through the rainforest; the smiles of excited children performing in unison to the beat of a hollow log drum.
Our 333 islands can sizzle with excitement or murmur with the quiet calm of pristine nature. Where else can you swim with huge, harmless manta rays congregating by the shore, snorkel over giant rainbow gardens of soft coral, or scuba dive the White Wall and famous Astrolabe Reef. Fiji is where the Cloud Breaker, the incredible six-metre wave found offshore at Tavarua, draws surfers from around the world. It is also where you can float in the calm, quiet waters of a turquoise lagoon at sunset or walk alone through lush rainforest. It is where the sun shines almost everyday and when it does rain, people rush outside for a rain bath in the warm, brief downpour of a tropical shower which ends as quickly as it began. This is where life is lived for the joy of it all, where rushing is rude, and the name of a new friend is never forgotten. Fiji is where people wear flowers tucked in their hair, not to impress visitors, but because they like to.
The Fiji archipelago is at the cross roads of the South Pacific. In the days of sailing ships it was known as The Cannibal Isles and carefully avoided by mariners because of its fierce warriors and treacherous waters. However, in the age of jumbo jets and global travel. Fiji has become the central hub of the exotic South Pacific. More than 85 flights land at Nadi on the main island of Viti Levu every week. From there it is only a quick seven minute hop to one of the offshore island resorts, or less than an hour of flying time to Vanua Levu or Taveuni, the second and third largest islands, where then outside world is quickly left behind.